Faculty Publications

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Boateng, R. (2011). A Resource-Based Model for E-Commerce in Developing Countries, African Journal of Computing & ICT, 4(1), pp. 31-44.

Longe, O. B., Boateng, R., Dada, E.G, Olaniyan, O. and Olaseni, O. (2010). Stegacrypt – A Reduced Least Significant Bit Insertion Rate Carrier for Transmitting Embedded Information, Journal of Computer Science and Its Applications, 17(1), 1-12.

Boateng, R., Boateng, S. L., Awuah, R. B., Ansong, E., & Anderson, A. B. (2016). Videos in learning in higher education: assessing perceptions and attitudes of students at the University of Ghana. Smart Learning Environments, 3(1), 8. http://doi.org/10.1186/s40561-016-0031-5

Hinson, R. and Boateng, R. (2007). Perceived Benefits and Management Commitment to E-business Usage in Selected Ghanaian Tourism Firms. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 31(50), 1-18. [ERA (Excellence in Research Assessment for Australia), Rank C; Downloaded 4960 times]

Boateng, R., Hinson, R., Heeks, R. and Molla A. (2008). Ecommerce in LDCs: Summary Evidence and Implications. Journal of African Business, 9(2) 257-285. **Best Paper Award in Journal awarded in 2010. Most downloaded paper in 2008-2009.

Boateng, R., Budu, J. and Okai, S. (2012) E-commerce Capabilities of a Ghanaian Used Car Retailer, Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, 2(1), pp. 1-13.

Boateng, R. (2011) Do Organizations Learn When Employees Learn? Development and Learning in Organizations, 25(6), pp.6 – 9. [ERA (Excellence in Research Assessment for Australia), ACPHIS Rank C]

Sakyi, E.K., R. Azunu & K.S. Agomor, (2011), “Assessing Ghanaian MPs’ Perceptions of Knowledge and Capacity in Extractive Sector Policy-making and Governance” GIMPA Journal of Leadership, Management and Administration, Vol. 7(1), GIMPA, Accra.

Sakyi, E.K., R. Azunu & J.N. Bawole (2011) “Does Decentralisation lead to Improvement in Planning of Health Services? Findings from Six District Health Administrators in Ghana” Journal of Local Government Studies, Volume 3(1)

Hinson, R., & Tweneboah-Koduah, E. Y. (2010). Political Marketing Strategies in Africa: Expert Opinions of Recent Political Elections in Ghana. Journal of African Business, 11(2), 201-218.

Hinson, R. (2006). The internet for academics: Towards a holistic adoption model” Online Information Review, 30(5), 542-554.

Saffu, K., Walker, J. H., & Hinson, R. (2008). Strategic value and electronic commerce adoption among small and medium-sized enterprises in a transitional economy. Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 23(6), 395-404.

Blankson, C., Spears, N., & Hinson, R. E. (2012). West African Immigrants’ Perceptions of Advertising in General and Impact on Buying Decisions. Journal of International Consumer Marketing, 24(3), 168-185.

Boateng, R., Heeks, R., Molla, A., & Hinson, R. (2008). E-commerce and socio-economic development: Conceptualizing the link. Internet Research, 18(5), 562-594.

Hinson, R. E., & Kodua, P. (2012). Examining the marketing-corporate social responsibility nexus. International Journal of Law and Management, 54(5), 332-344.

Hinson, R. (2011). Online CSR reportage of award-winning versus non award-winning banks in Ghana. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 9(2), 102-115

Hinson, R., & Sorensen, O. (2006). E-business and small Ghanaian exporters: preliminary micro firm explorations in the light of a digital divide. Online Information Review, 30(2), 116-138.

Ivang, R., Rask, M., & Hinson, R. (2009). B2b inter-organizational digitalization strategies – towards an interaction based approach. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 3(4), 244-261. (2010 Emerald Literati Outstanding paper Award, Emerald Publishing Limited, United Kingdom)

Hinson, R. E., Madichie, N. O., & Ibrahim, M. (2012). A dialogic communications interrogation of the online brand dispositions of banks operating in Ghana. International Journal of Bank Marketing, 30(7), 508-526.

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